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With Collegetown Bagel's College Avenue location closing this week, a recent Cornell graduate takes us through what the iconic restaurant meant to her. The store will relocate to Sheldon Court, hopefully in the fall. 

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Update: IAWWTF Chief Operator CJ Kilgore said Tuesday morning that the iron workers had returned to work after solving staffing issues that had caused the  work stoppage. Kilgore further clarified that he felt he misrepresented the workers' reason for not working Friday, which were tangentia…

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The Tompkins County Health Department announced that the only person still in the hospital for a coronavirus case has now tested negative for the virus, though they are still hospitalized. In the department's metrics, this now means there are no active positive COVID-19 patients hospitalized…

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One of Ithaca's most legendary eateries is set to re-open its doors for the first time in over two months this week. Moosewood Restaurant will re-open its doors for carryout and delivery services on May 27, according to an announcement from the downtown establishment. 

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Though he’s spent most of his career to this point working in law and politics in the Ithaca area, Jordan Lesser isn’t a household name like some of his opponents for the Democratic nomination for the New York State Assembly’s 125th District seat. That, however, has not quashed his confidenc…

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Cornell University's Board of Trustees has announced a vote that will institute a moratorium on "new private investments focused on fossil fuels." The vote came after the Investment Committee made their own decision to implement the moratorium. 

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The Ithaca City School District has decided it will end school on June 16, earlier than its previously scheduled termination, after classes were held through spring break in April. 

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The buzz of excitement anticipated by the re-opening of businesses in the Southern Tier region on May 15 resulted in a small but visible increase in Commons activity in downtown Ithaca. 

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Ithaca College's president Shirley Collado announced Monday that the school would be re-opening for students and in-person classes on Oct. 5, 2020. Collado shared the news in a campus-wide email Monday morning as well.